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After an unlikely and inspirational 2016 AFL Premiership victory, the Western Bulldogs soon fell back into old habits.

After going so close in 2021 and losing in the grand final to Melbourne, the Dogs got off to a slow start in 2022 before rallying late to finish eighth. Much like in 2022, the Bulldogs took a while to get going in 2023, and they lost a couple of games late, which saw them just miss out on finals footy and finish in ninth place.

Western Bulldogs supporters are beginning to lose faith in Luke Beveridge and his coaching staff, so 2024 lingers as a crucial year for the boys in red, white and blue.

What does the season ahead hold for the Sons of the West? Let’s take a look at the latest AFL odds and futures markets for the upcoming season.

About the Western Bulldogs

Established: 1877
Home ground: Etihad Stadium
Coach: Luke Beveridge
Captain: Marcus Bontempelli
Premierships: 2 – 1954, 2016
2023 ladder finish: 9th (12-11-0)

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Updated Western Bulldogs futures betting

2024 Premiership Top 8 Finish Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
January +2000 +100 Marcus Bontempelli +800 Riley Sanders +700 Aaron Naughton +2200
March +2500 +100 Marcus Bontempelli +800 Riley Sanders +400 Jamarra Ugle-Hagan +1600
April +3300 +105 Marcus Bontempelli +900 Riley Sanders +400 Jamarra Ugle-Hagan +5000

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Western Bulldogs 2024 AFL fixture

Round Date Opponent Time (local) Venue
1 Sunday, March 17 Melbourne Demons 1:00 PM MCG, VIC
2 Sunday, March 24 Gold Coast Suns 1:00 PM Mars Stadium, VIC
3 Sunday, March 31 West Coast Eagles 1:00 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
4 Saturday, April 6 Geelong Cats 7:40 PM Adelaide Oval, SA (GATHER ROUND)
5 Friday, April 12 Essendon Bombers 7:40 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
6 Thursday, April 18 St Kilda Saints 7:30 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
7 Saturday, April 27 Fremantle Dockers 5:30 PM Optus Stadium, WA
8 Sunday, May 5 Hawthorn Hawks 4:00 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
9 Saturday, May 11 Richmond Tigers 7:30 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
10 Saturday, May 18 GWS Giants 4:35 PM GIANTS Stadium, NSW
11 Thursday, May 23 Sydney Swans 7:30 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
12 Friday, May 31 Collingwood Magpies 7:40 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
13 Friday, June 7 Brisbane Lions 7:40 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
14 Saturday, June 15 Fremantle Dockers 1:45 PM Marvel Stadium, VIC
15 BYE
16 TBC North Melbourne Kangaroos TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
17 TBC Port Adelaide Power TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
18 TBC Carlton Blues TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
19 TBC Geelong Cats TBC GMHBA Stadium, VIC
20 TBC Sydney Swans TBC SCG, NSW
21 TBC Melbourne Demons TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
22 TBC Adelaide Crows TBC Adelaide Oval, SA
23 TBC North Melbourne Kangaroos TBC Marvel Stadium, VIC
24 TBC GWS Giants TBC Mars Stadium, VIC

Bulldogs players to watch in 2024

Riley Sanders

Riley Sanders

Born: 21/01/2005
Games: 0
Goals: 0
Position: Midfielder

Riley Sanders has been spoken about in AFL circles for the last two years, with many clubs rating the prolific ball winner up there with the best of the best in the 2023 draft class. The 19-year-old Tasmanian played his Under 18’s football for the Allies, where he averaged 33 disposals per game and helped the Allies go undefeated through the Championships. Sanders also played for the Sandringham Dragons in the VFL and is already considered to be AFL-ready in his first year at the top level.

Jamarra Ugle-Hagan

Jamarra Ugle-Hagan

Born: 4/04/2002
Games: 45
Goals: 60
Position: Forward

After a breakout season in 2023, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan is beginning to show glimpses of the talent that many saw during his junior football, resulting in the Dogs taking with the number one pick in the 2020 AFL Draft. Ugle-Hangan’s numbers doubled in nearly every category from 2022 to 2023, as the 21-year-old took his career goal kicking tally from 25 to 60 in 2023. With the likes of Ugle-Hagan, Aaron Naughton and Cody Weightman in the forward line, the Dogs boast one of the most potent and talented front halves in the AFL.

Tim English

Tim English

Born: 10/08/1997
Games: 108
Goals: 60
Position: Ruck

Tim English continued his rise up the AFL rucking ranks in 2023, with the Dogs big man taking on the majority of the ruck role for the second straight year. The 26-year-old played every game in 2023 and dominated the competition on his way to recording his career-best year. After such a dominant season in the ruck, English was recognised with an All Australian selection as the lone ruckman in the final 22. English consistently gives the likes of Marcus Bontempelli, Adam Treloar and Tom Liberatore first use of the ball, which allows the Dogs to control matches from the outset.

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